What if the London attack wasn’t an act of terrorism?

What if the London attack wasn’t an act of terrorism? Steve Hewitt, University of Birmingham A middle-aged man with a history of criminal activity and violence,...

Whatever the election result, the Dutch public is dangerously polarised

Whatever the election result, the Dutch public is dangerously polarised Luc Soete, United Nations University The Dutch government’s refusal to allow Turkish ministers to visit Rotterdam...

DIY Terrorism: Are we really seeing the rise of a ‘new...

Are we really seeing the rise of a 'new jihad'? Samantha May, University of Aberdeen In a BBC interview just after the recent Manchester suicide bombing,...

Berlin attack: security intelligence has limits in preventing truck-borne terror

Berlin attack: security intelligence has limits in preventing truck-borne terror John Blaxland, Australian National University The Christmas market truck assault in Berlin, which has left 12...

Westminster attack: The questions security professionals will be asking

Westminster attack: the questions security professionals will be asking Hervé Borrion, UCL and Kartikeya Tripathi, UCL Londoners were well aware that the next terror attack in...

The West’s disturbing obsession with how Syrians die

How would you prefer to die? Suffocation by sarin or suffocation by sandstone? Do you favour starvation over succumbing to shrapnel wounds? Or perhaps...

EU court allows companies to ban headscarves. What will be the...

EU court allows companies to ban headscarves. What will be the impact on Muslim women? Z. Fareen Parvez, University of Massachusetts Amherst The Court of Justice...

Political chaos in Libya makes it a haven for radical terrorist...

Political chaos in Libya makes it a haven for radical terrorist groups Natasha Ezrow, University of Essex Salman Abedi’s suicide bombing in Manchester on May 22...

Belgium withdraws its Fighter jets from the US-led coalition against Islamic...

Belgium has withdrawn its fighter jets, which are participating in the US-led international coalition against the Islamic State group in Iraq, after being accused...

Rising Unemployment among UK Muslims due to Discriminatory Counter-Terrorism Policies

The overall unemployment rate in UK is 5.4%, whereas among Muslims it’s 12.8%. The House of Commons in UK has released a report highlighting the...

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